Put Your Corporate Skills to the Test with Office Rush for Android
If you are into puzzle and action games, then the combination of both is certainly going to call your eye. XDA member XIMAD, Inc. has posted what seems to be a different kind of game. The game deals with you as an individual trying to work yourself up through the corporate ladder. You will literally have to jump through hoops in order to get promoted and get the recognition that is so hard to achieve in this corporate world of ours. The thread includes a Youtube video of the actual game play and we have to admit that this looks smooth.
The dev is looking for feedback on this game, so please make sure that you leave some in the thread. Thanks.
Friends! Romans! Countrymen! Lend me your ears (and eyes)! Here is a puzzle game of a new genre. I call it a Crisis Survival genre.
You can find more information in the game thread.
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